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    I am contemplating getting a derringer from bond arms and I was wondering what the opinions of them are for CCW. I would be getting the .45lc/410 barrels and the .40 for CCW use. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I currently carry a G22/G27 and S&W60. I believe that it would be nice in the summer to have a small CCW gun with reasonable stopping power.

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    Only 2 shots. The 410 might hit but a bullet out of a 2inch barrel under stress..........??

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    No fun to shoot, stay with the S&W, you won't regret it.
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  5. I have a Bond 45/410 that I carry in the house loaded with 410 only. It is not as small as you may think, about the same size as a Beretta 3032, a bit "chunky" and the range is not to effective beyond 15 feet. They don't call them "Belly Guns" for nothing. Outside, and unfortunatly only out of the Kingdom of NJ, I carry a XD45 with a Mini Cougar 8000 as a BUG.

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    You know and I know why you are interested in buying this firearm and it has very little, if anything, to do with self defense. I would'nt mind having one-- just because-- but I will still carry my 380 for smallish/realtime defense purposes.

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    Try the Ruger LCP, small, easy to conceal, packs a punch.

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    I have one & I occasionally use it as a BUG. True it is a cool little piece, & when I take it to the range, everybody wants to shoot it.
    Mine has 4 barrels, 45lc/410, 9mm, 45ACP, 22MAG.
    Pretty accurate @ 15'or so.
    I have a holster that keeps the firearm in the ready position, & I wear it on my left side when I'm driving. Seat belt not in the way.

  9. Thanks for the unbiased opinions now I don't think I will get one. At the price of $400 or so I will get a 357 snub instead

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrdompub View Post
    Thanks for the unbiased opinions now I don't think I will get one. At the price of $400 or so I will get a 357 snub instead
    That's a wise move.
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